The Fulbright Idea is the Fulbright English Teaching Program’s very own student newspaper: written, edited, and produced by our hard-working Level 6 students – with just a little bit of help from instructors.
Our goal is for Level 6 students to produce this newspaper every cycle. It serves as an information sheet for Fulbright students and staff alike, as well as being a useful learning tool for all those involved.
The work our Level 6 students and instructors put into this newspaper is greatly appreciated, and now, thanks to our now publishing it online, we can save each edition for everybody to read, including future Fulbright students.
For those of you who are in the lower levels of Fulbright, I want you to absorb what you read. See what you will be capable of achieving as long as you focus and continue working hard on your English here in the classroom and outside of the classroom. As you ascend through Fulbright’s English Teaching Program, I want you to start thinking about possible articles that you would like to write once you arrive to Level 6.
The Fulfright Program aims to bring a little more knowledge, a little more reason, and a little more compassion into world affairs and thereby to increase the chance that nations will learn at last to live in peace and friendship.
J. William Fulbright